Salt Lake City native Letey picks up monthly honors from USPHL
The USPHL has announced that Utah Outliers goalie Jaxon Letey is the Mountain Division Goaltender of the Month.
A 2003-born Salt Lake City native, Letey has been virtually unbeatable for Utah this season and January was no exception.
Letey won five of his six starts and notched his second shutout on Jan. 21 over Pueblo, finishing the month with a 5-1-0 record and a 1.82 GAA.
Letey saw an increase in workload, starting back-to-back days twice in January, and responded by racking up an impressive .936 save percentage by making 30-plus saves in three different games.
He now ranks third among Mountain Division goaltenders in wins (11) and has allowed only 17 goals in over 690 minutes between the pipes for the Outliers.
During his youth hockey days, Letey played for the Rocky Mountain RoughRiders and Outliers programs.
— Brendan Price/USPHL.com
(February 7, 2023)